• major-bio-webTo my friends and supporters,

    As some of you know in early July I was in an auto accident that totaled my car and left me pretty beat up. Over the last two months I have struggled to do the daily tasks of working, trying to keep family things together and run a campaign. My health is not improving and in fact last weekend got to the point that I became very concern about not only my current health but my future well-being and long term physical condition.

    After a lot of soul searching, thought and discussion with Terri, I am making the decision to drop out of the race for Wesminster Mayor. I feel bad about leaving at this point in the process, but I’m sure it would only get worse if I continue. I know it really sounds selfish but this is a time where I need to watch out for me and my family. I leave with a lot of sadness and wish things could be different but we only follow the plans that are place before us. The messages kept getting stronger and it is time to listen.

    I want to thank you all for the encouragement and support I have received not only during the campaign but also for the last eight years on council. I am proud of the accomplishments and the direction the city is headed. I have had the opportunity to work with a lot of great people and I will miss that the most. It has been an honor to serve with great councilors during my tenure and my opinion, the best mayor ever. The staff we have at the city is truly the best, starting at the top, the city is what it is because of their hard work each and every day.

    Most of all I want to publicly thank Terri for all her love and support. She is by far the best thing that came from being on council. I am going to get better, be a full time husband, dad and grandpa to my fantastic family!

    I wish you all the best and look forward to the next chapter,
    Scott Major

    Posted by Dana West @ 1:53 pm for Adams County Politics, Elections |

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